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Sutton House Fire: Mum Who Lost Two Sets Of Twins In Fire Breaks Her Silence

Sutton House Fire: Mum Who Lost Two Sets Of Twins In Fire Breaks Her Silence

“They were my life…my world.”

The mother of four boys who were tragically killed in a house fire has spoken about how she will “never get over” their deaths.

Kyson and Bryson Hoath, four, and Leyton and Logan, three, were home alone at their house in Sutton, south London last week when a blaze ripped through their home.

Deveca Rose said she was "devastated" about her sons' deaths (
Deveca Rose)

The boys were on the ground floor of the house as the fire overwhelmed them.

While firefighters pulled the children from the wreckage, the boys had sustained too severe injuries and were all later pronounced dead in hospital.

Speaking to The Times about her loss, mother Deveca Rose explained: “Bryson, Kyson, Logan and Leyton were my boys, they were my babies, they were my life, they were my world.

“They were my heart, they were my soul, they were everything. Everything feels so surreal. I can't function.”

The fire tore through the house in Sutton (

She continued: “I can't get over it, I'll never get over it. They lit up everybody's world and I will always be sorry that they went so soon. They had so much planned and now they're gone. I wake up and I look at their Christmas tree and I look at their clothes, their Liverpool [football] kit, their Cocomelon dressing gowns, their drawings.”

The father of the two sets of twins, Dalton Hoath, issued a statement about the tragic loss of his children.

“We would like to thank all the emergency services who did so much to try and save our boys, and also the local community who have come together at this difficult time,” he said.

“I would ask that my family are given time to grieve in private.

“They will be forever in my heart and thoughts, love Dad.”

People have paid their respects to the boys (
PA Images)

A team of 60 firefighters in eight engines were called to the scene to control the blaze, which has been described by onlookers as “intense”.

A number of flowers, balloons and presents have been laid out outside the terrace house where the boys died, as many people in the local community have come to pay their respects.

Police have confirmed a 27-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of child neglect, but has been given bail until mid-January.

Featured Image Credit: Jason Hoath

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